You can feel the energy when you walk through the space – hear the echoes from 100 years of musicians, dancers and performers who came before. Dormant for more than 10 years, The Emery bares the beautiful bones of one of Cincinnati's most historical treasures. The peeling paint, the plastic-covered seats – reminders of the energy and vitality that once sparked countless acts of creativity.
As a replica of New York's Carnegie Hall, and with an acoustically pure symphony space, The Emery is a rare jewel – an artistic hub for community and collaboration unlike any other in the region. The time to bring it all back to life is now.
One sprawling stage, 1,600 seats, seven floors with space for studios and workshops.
119,439 square feet of artistic possibility.